By Felix Salmon
February 11, 2011
Value Investing

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Whitney Tilson’s 13-page report on “Why We Covered Our Netflix Short” — Value Investing

Jason Linkins on why HuffPo doesn’t pay its bloggers — HuffPo

A revolution in healthcare costs awaits! Don’t ingest the medicine, just write down its name on paper, and eat that — Stuff and Nonsense

The Unemployment Chart at 2000 Participation Levels — TBI

“Since the start of 2008 the labour force has not grown at all”: Greg Ip is very good on unemployment stats — Economist

Tragic, but not surprising. Seaport Museum Struggles to Stay Afloat — DNAInfo

2-way bike lanes mean fewer injuries — Daily

Former SF police chief Heather Fong has a $229,500/yr pension – 22% higher than her final-year base pay — SFGate


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Netflix short link isn’t functioning anymore, FYI.

Posted by djiddish98 | Report as abusive

I am a Whitney Tilson fan. I like him. He seems smart and he makes every attempt apply honest valuation principles. He basically touted his Netflix short as the best idea ever. And now to turn around so fast with massive losses…

Huge burn!!

But like a trooper he does more homework, accepts the loss and soldiers on. I imagine his sun will come out tomorrow.

At least he got out. NFLX is soaring now.

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